It may mean that he is a bad person, but he admits it. Bilbo Baggins says this. He is stung by some of the comments of the dwarves. I think that it means that Bilbo may be a thief, but he does not tell lies.
It means exactly what it means everywhere else: someone who burgles ... steals ... things.
read the book "the hobbit" and you will find out that Bilbo didn't mean to say it at all he almost said burglar but quickly changed it to hobbit so it came out burrahobbit
what does mantelpiece mean in the hobbit
Burglar is someone who steals other peoples belongings.
The hobbit is the main character in the book The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.The word hobbit may come from the Old English word holbytla, which means hole-dweller.
After Bilbo shut the door on Gandalf, the wizard scratched some runes on the door. It was an indication that a burglar or treasure hunter lived there. Once Gandalf came for the unexpected party, he removed the mark.
That word does not appear in The Hobbit, nor is it a word in the language spoken by hobbits.
The fender in the Hobbit is a guard or screen in front of a fireplace to contain sparks or coals.
There is no character called "blbo" in the Hobbit and we do not know what you mean by "frequentoy".
By 'the hobbit', I'm supposing you mean Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit? If so, he faced Smaug the Great Dragon, King of the Lonely Mountain.
'Quite frankly' is another way of saying 'to be honest'. for example: Quite frankly, I can't be bothered to deal with her insolence.
honest means telling the truth
Le cambrioleur is 'the burglar' in French.
Honest can mean truthful or fair, or both. An honest person is one who does not lie or cheat or engage in unlawful activity.
A puppy barks at everything. Older dogs know better. They only bark at things that are not normal, such as a burglar or something wrong. This phrase means that when an old dog barks, it means something.
Shakespeare never had any of his characters say this. Honest. Yet nevertheless it appears in questions over and over again. Why? Who is suggesting that this is a phrase found in Shakespeare? It means nothing and is not a phrase used by anyone. The phrase "Gi' you good-den" is another story altogether.
what does the phrase saw red mean
"Él está" is a phrase (incomplete sentence) meaning "he is [somewhere, doing something, feeling something, something temporary. "Él es" also means "He is" but that phrase is something permanent He is [smart, honest, old, etc]
It means that your a Hobbit!
In one usage, to put in an honest day's work means to hold a regular job: "Supported by Engels's income as an absentee landlord, Karl Marx never put in an honest day's work in his life." In another usage, the phrase means to make a sustained effort, or a commitment to a task: "We put in an honest day's work getting the two sides to agree."
I can give you several sentences.That phrase makes no sense to me.An idiom is a phrase that doesn't mean what it seems to mean.He copied the phrase into his notebook.
what does the phrase rule of thumb mean
a phrase that is traditional
I think you mean Sam, the hobbit gardener.
To make light of, to play around with, to not take seriously.